lbates at swamisoft.com
Mon Aug 30 16:47:25 CEST 2004
Zope has such a system in place for their docs. You can just ask
that the comments be hidden and they disappear. It does appear to
provide a way to make comments, add examples clarification that
"may" get included in the next version of the docs.
"Alex Martelli" <aleaxit at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote:
> > 2) Many people think that the noise created by lots of user
> > comments would far outweigh the value of the good comments
> > that might be hidden somewhere within.
> As long as it's possible to request a view or download of the docs
> without the comments, I don't see how this could be a problem -- if you
> want to see the docs with comments you can, if not, you're no worse off
> than today. With the kind of threshold-setting and ratings for various
> commenters that (e.g.) slashdot uses, you could also set up your
> preferences to see _some_ of the comments but not all.
> In theory any wiki page could be "defaced" by one nasty minded vandal,
> in practice most wikis seem to work decently well -- maybe people react
> positively to being trusted. If comments (and posters thereof,
> eventually) can be rated, existing comments edited or removed only by
> authorized personnel, etc, etc, I suspect it would work. No doubt the
> needed infrastructure already exists on the widely appreciated PHP doc
> pages, it remains to be seen whether we're humble enough to just copy it
> wholesale or if the prospect of running PHP code in a key supporting
> role for Python is just too embarassing;-).
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